Manila Pavilion Hotel celebrates the Year of the Fire Monkey with its Chinese goodies offering a special Oriental-themed cuisine at the hotel’s interactive lifestyle restaurant, Seasons.
Walk your way to the delightful goodness of Asian cuisine as Manila Pavilion’s Executive Chef Giovanni Sias stirs up one’s dining experience in a delightful staging of artfully-prepared Chinese specialties.
The rich Chinese cuisine is considered as one of the best known Asian food worldwide. Some of the dishes to please your appetite and will surely give you luck this year include Lion’s Head Meatballs that made of giant meatballs, wrapped in a mane of steamed cabbage, “Jiaozi,” the traditional Chinese Dumplings, fruits such as grapes, pomelo and tangerine, greens like spinach, lettuce and cabbage, the well-known sweet dessert, rice flour also known as “Nian Gao” (Tikoy) and of course the favorite long noodles that represent long life. Celebrate the year of the horse with these foods and dishes to usher prosperity, good luck and fortune for the whole year.
On the 8th of February bring the entire family at the hotel lobby before six o’clock in the evening strikes to usher in good health, wealth and luck with the traditional Lion and Dragon Dance performance, coin shower and the gastronomic surprises of the Oriental food fest.
Discover the flairs and flavors of real Chinese goodness with your friends and family at Seasons. The special offering of Chinese buffet at Manila Pavilion Hotel is available at a special discounted rate.
Visit the Manila Pavilion Hotel at United Nations Avenue corner Maria Orosa Street in Manila. Log on to www.waterfronthotels.com.ph or call 5261212, for inquiries and reservations; Like or Follow @WaterfrontMNL for regular updates.